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Image Comics
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6.6 X 10.1 X 0.5 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

Mark Millar is an internationally known industry expert who leverages over 30 years of global business experience to deliver practical knowledge and educated insights that help companies navigate the complex landscapes in Asia, develop new business opportunities, improve the efficiency of their supply chain ecosystems and make better informed business decisions. Acknowledged as an engaging and energetic presenter, the author has completed over 450 speaking engagements at corporate events, client functions and industry conferences across 26 countries. A Visiting Lecturer at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Mark Millar is recognised in the 'China Supply Chain Top 20', as one of 'Asia's Top 50 Influencers in Supply Chain and Logistics' and in the 2017 USA listing of 'Top Pros-to-Know in Supply Chain'. His distinguished international track record in Supply Chain and Logistics includes 20 years in the Asia Pacific region, where Mark Millar led business development initiatives across ten Asian countries. His corporate career includes executive positions at ModusLink, Platinum Logistix, Exel Contract Logistics (now DHL) and UPS Supply Chain Solutions - serving many leading companies in the Consumer Retail and High Tech Electronics sectors.


SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL -- Gr 7 Up -Huck, abandoned at birth and adopted by a kind couple, is a Good Samaritan with a penchant for deeds that range from random acts of kindness to superhero feats of heroism. Huck lives a low-key existence until his good works become public knowledge; soon everyone is seeking assistance from him. Like all superheroes, Huck becomes the target of a villainous plot to destroy him. Written by Millar (Kick Ass) and illustrated by Albuquerque (American Vampire), this title follows the superhero origin trope of abandonment and self-discovery. Albuquerque's illustrations, which use background colors to convey mood, add to the pacing of Millar's story. Although readers are likely to note similarities and draw comparisons between Huck and superheroes, such as Captain America and Superman, Huck is an everyman hero with extraordinary abilities-and without the suit. VERDICT Recommended for young adult comic book fans.-Tamela Chambers, Chicago Public Schools, IL